Winter Reading Program 2022
Track your reading in January and February for a chance to win a prize. Your Winter Reading Log can be dropped off at the main branch or emailed to email@example.com.
To submit your own ballots directly:
- Record the number of hours you read.
- Go to the Winter Reading Minutes Submission Form and submit your ballots.
- If you are age 0-9, add one ballot for every 3 hours read.
- If you are age 10-16, add one ballot for every 5 hours read.
- If you are age 17+, add one ballot for every 7 hours read.
You can add ballots one at a time, or do many at once- just divide your hours read by 3, 5 or 7, depending on your age. The contest will be open from January 1st to February 28th. Don't miss out!
Read for 15
The Read for 15 Challenge is back. On Thursday, January 27th we encourage everyone to read for 15 minutes in celebration of Family Literacy Day.
It's easy to participate, simply:
- Read anything you want - a book, a magazine, an essay, recipes, online articles, a cereal box - anything.
- Submit the Read for 15 Form for reading on January 27th for a chance to win a prize.
- Challenge your friends and family to participate too.
Read together or read on your own - just don't forget to read!
The Read for 15 challenge is a fun and easy way to support literacy in our communities. Literacy is a key part of children's development - taking the time to read together helps improve literacy skills for the whole family.
Snow Sculpture Competition:
- Submissions accepted from January 1st-31st
- Photograph your creation and send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Voting for your favourite creation will take place from February 1-28th
You can also win prizes for completing the scavenger hunts at the main branch location and change every 2 weeks.
These events are all part of the NLLS Winter reading Program